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Behavioral Economic Analysis of Demand for Marijuana

This laboratory study will employ a multi-session experimental design to examine cue-induced craving for marijuana, the effect of marijuana administration (High THC) on behavioral economic demand for marijuana, and marijuana smoking topography. The study will recruit 100 non-treatment seeking marijuana users who smoke marijuana at least twice weekly.

Effect of Quetiapine on Marijuana Withdrawal and Relapse

The objective of this study is to investigate the interaction between marijuana and quetiapine, with the goal of using this information to improve marijuana treatment outcome. It is hypothesized that quetiapine will decrease marijuana withdrawal and relapse. Primary outcome measures will be 1. marijuana's direct effects 2. marijuana withdrawal syndromes 3. marijuana relapse. It is also hypothesized that marijuana withdrawal will be associated with incr...

Effects of Cannabidiol on Marijuana-seeking in Humans

The purpose of the proposed study is to investigate the effectiveness of cannabidiol for reducing marijuana seeking in non-treatment seeking volunteers. Cannabidiol is a cannabinoid (similar to cannabis, or marijuana) present in marijuana that alters some of the effects of marijuana. Assess the ability of acute smoked CBD pretreatment to reduce marijuana-seeking behavior and increase price-elasticity of marijuana demand.


Intervening to Prevent Youth Access to Marijuana Phase II

The legalization of recreational marijuana use and sales in Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington State is a dramatic change in U.S. substance abuse policy that places a priority on developing regulatory and enforcement systems that prevent distribution of retail recreational marijuana to minors. Responsible marijuana vendor training, modeled after effective responsible alcoholic beverage training, has the potential to help the states prevent distribution to minors. This res...

Buspirone Treatment for Marijuana Dependence

Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug, yet few clinical trials have evaluated pharmacotherapy treatments for marijuana dependence. This study will evaluate the efficacy of buspirone for reducing marijuana use in marijuana-dependent adults. A contingency management (CM) intervention and motivational enhancement therapy (MET) will be incorporated to encourage study engagement and retention. It is hypothesized that buspirone combined with MET and CM will reduce the perc...

Responses to Marijuana-Related Cues Versus Neutral Cues in Adults Taking Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) - 2

The majority of past research on marijuana treatment has targeted the alleviation of withdrawal symptoms. Minimal focus has been placed on how altering craving effects may play a role in treating marijuana addiction. Treatment with tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main ingredient in marijuana responsible for its reinforcing effects, may decrease marijuana cravings. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of THC pre-treatment on responses to marijuana-related cues ver...

Comparison Between Marijuana Smoked in Cigarette Paper Versus Cigar Paper

The purpose of this study is to investigate whether or not marijuana blunts will produce comparable plasma THC levels as marijuana joints and if blunts will produce larger cardiovascular and subjective effects.

Effect of Lofexidine and Oral THC on Marijuana Withdrawal and Relapse

The purpose of this study is to investigate the interaction between marijuana and two potential treatment medications: lofexidine and oral THC, with the direct goal of using this information to improve marijuana treatment outcome.

Stress and Marijuana Cue-Elicited Craving and Reactivity

The purpose of this study is to explore the interaction between stress and marijuana cues, in hopes that it may lead to the development of new treatments for marijuana dependence.

Hormones and Reduction in Co-users of Marijuana and Nicotine

The purpose of this study is to examine the role of progesterone (a naturally occurring hormone found in both men and women) on reducing marijuana use. The investigators will see if progesterone effects impulsivity, withdrawal, mood and stress during marijuana cessation.

Marijuana for Cancer Pain

To find out if it is safe and effective to use smoked marijuana in combination with opioids to treat cancer pain. The study will evaluate whether smoked marijuana, when used with opioids, will have an effect on pain relief, and to see if marijuana reduces the side effects of opioids, which include nausea and/or vomiting.

Outcomes of Cochlear Implantation in Pediatrics

The cochlear implant (CI) is the most important progress in the treatment for adults and children with severe to profound bilateral sensorineural hearing loss who do not receive adequa¬te benefit from hearing aids and making possible better results in auditory, linguistic, social and academic development.

Effects of Marijuana on Symptoms of OCD

The purpose of this pilot research study is to test whether certain components of the marijuana plant, known as "cannabinoids", may help to reduce symptoms in patients with OCD. Specifically, patients enrolled in the study will smoke marijuana containing different concentrations of 2 different cannabinoids, THC and CBD. Both of these agents act on the brain's "endocannabinoid system," which has been hypothesized to play a role in OCD. Neither compound is currently FDA-approved ...

Effects of Low-dose Naltrexone in Combination With a Range of Smoked Marijuana

The purpose of this study is to determine how naltrexone shifts the marijuana-response curve, a single, low-dose of naltrexone (12 mg/70 kg) or placebo will be administered 45 minutes before smoking marijuana (0,2,4,6,puffs of 6.2% THC). Naltrexone (12 mg/70 kg) or placebo will be administered 45 minutes before smoking to assess how opioid receptor blockade affects marijuana's subjective and physiologic effects. It is predicted that increasing the number of puffs of active mar...

Quitting Marijuana Use: Self-Report Study of Quitting Strategies and Withdrawal Symptoms

This study will employ two self-report questionnaires to collect information from non-treatment seeking adults with a marijuana use history who have made at least one attempt to quit marijuana. The questionnaires will collect information about the socio-demographic characteristics, history of marijuana use, most difficult marijuana quit experience, and marijuana craving from study participants. The questionnaire seeks to identify strategies used to help with marijuana quitting ...

The Effects of Marijuana on Orientation and Motor Coordination and Brain Metabolism in Regular Smokers of Marijuana

This study investigates the effects of 17mg and 13mg Delta THC on orientation and motor coordination and brain metabolic activity in regular users of marijuana. Subjects were tested twice, after smoking cigarettes with marijuana and after smoking cigarettes without marijuana.On both occasions they performed on a virtual reality maze task. They were afterwards scanned in Positron Emission Tomography (PET) with Fluoro-deoxy-glucose (FDG).

Treatment of Marijuana Withdrawal Syndrome Using Escitalopram and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy

Recent studies have established the reliability, validity and time course of the cannabis withdrawal syndrome. This study will investigate the effects of combined treatment of Escitalopram with cognitive-behavior therapy in alleviating the symptoms of the marijuana withdrawal syndrome in regular chronic users of marijuana. We predict that combined pharmacological treatment and cognitive-behavior therapy will help patients to abstain from using using marijuana and it will allevi...

Effectiveness of Bupropion in Treating Marijuana Dependent Individuals

A definable and significant withdrawal syndrome occurs upon cessation of chronic, heavy marijuana use. Bupropion (Zyban) is a medication currently used to treat withdrawal symptoms associated with tobacco use. The purpose of this study is to determine if bupropion will help individuals stop using marijuana.

Effectiveness of Atomoxetine for Treating Marijuana-Abusing Adolescents Who Have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - 1

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is common among adolescents seeking treatment for marijuana dependence. The purpose of this study is to determine the use of atomoxetine in treating adolescents who abuse marijuana and have ADHD. In addition, this study will assess whether atomoxetine reduces ADHD symptoms as compared to a placebo. Finally, the study will determine whether atomoxetine improves treatment retention and progress in adolescents with ADHD and marijua...

Atomoxetine Treatment for ADHD and Marijuana Dependence

The aime of the study is to determine if atomoxetine treatment combined with motivational enhancement therapy is effective in reducing marijuana use in adult individuals with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and marijuana dependence.

Nabilone & Marijuana Addiction

Safety of Nabilone in reducing marijuana craving

Attempts to Stop/Reduce Marijuana Among Dependent Users

The purpose of the study is to determine why and how marijuana users stop or reduce their marijuana use.

Audiology Visits After Screening for Hearing Loss: An RCT

Hearing impairment is one of the most common disabilities in veterans. The decreased ability to communicate is troubling in itself, but the strong association of hearing loss with functional decline and depression adds further to the burden on the hearing-impaired. Although hearing amplification improves quality of life, hearing evaluations are offered infrequently to older patients. Only 25 percent of patients with aidable hearing loss receive treatment. Up to 30 percent of ...

Effectiveness of Selegiline in Treating Marijuana Dependent Individuals - 1

During the past 15 years, the demand for treatment for marijuana-related problems in the United States has increased nearly twofold. Selegiline is a medication currently used to treat nicotine dependence. The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether selegiline may be useful in treating individuals with marijuana dependence.

Characterization of the Analgesic Effects of Oral THC and Smoked Marijuana in Non-Treatment Seeking Marijuana Smokers

The purpose of this study is to better understand the potential clinical application of cannabinoids for pain management, the following study is designed to determine the analgesic efficacy of smoked marijuana (0. 198, and 3.56% THC) and oral THC (0,10, and 20 mg) in the Cold-Pressor Test (CPT), a laboratory model of pain which has predictive validity for clinical use of analgesics. Both smoked marijuana and oral THC will produce dose- and time-dependent analgesic effects in th...

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